General Admission Requirements
Qualified undergraduates enrolled at other colleges and universities may apply to any of the Schools Abroad. Students must have achieved an average of B or better in their major and language courses, and an overall average of B- or better.
All students are expected to enroll in a language course the semester prior to going abroad. If students do not have adequate language preparation, they may be required to attend the appropriate summer Language School at Middlebury College prior to enrollment in a School Abroad.
|China||Completion of 2nd year Chinese, a fifth semester is preferred|
|France||Completion of 2nd year French, plus one content course taught in French|
|Germany||Completion of 3rd year German, including two content courses taught in German; Junior standing|
Completion of 2nd year Italian, plus one content course taught in Italian
Completion of 2nd year Hebrew. Applicants with one year of college level Hebrew will be eligible for admission providing they enroll in the Middlebury arranged, month-long intensive Hebrew language course in Israel prior to the start of the semester. Students with one year of Hebrew instruction can also meet the requirement by attending the School of Hebrew at Middlebury during the summer.
Please note that Brandeis University students applying to Israel must apply through the Brandeis University Office of Study Abroad
|Japan||Completion of 2nd year Japanese|
|Latin America (Spanish)||Completion of 2nd year Spanish, plus one content course taught in Spanish|
|Latin America (Portuguese)||Completion of 2nd year Portuguese|
Completion of 2nd year Arabic
|Russia||Completion of 2nd year Russian|
|Spain||Completion of 2nd year Spanish, plus one content course taught in Spanish|
Upon acceptance, all students must pay a nonrefundable $400 enrollment deposit to be applied to tuition charges. This deposit guarantees a place in the Schools Abroad. Students must also complete and return the Language Pledge with the Enrollment form.